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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Questions about the Economics of Independence?

From RIC D&G

Do you have questions about the economic case for independence? 

Come along to a Meeting at Castle Douglas Community Centre on 19th March at 7pm and put them to leading economists Jim and Margaret Cuthbert, who will be talking about the Economics Of Independence. This meeting is arranged by Radical Independence Campaign - Dumfries and Galloway

Jim Cuthbert is an economist and statistician who was formerly Scottish Office Chief Statistician. He has worked with OECD and Australian government, and presented papers to the World Bank. Margaret Cuthbert is also an economist and statistician who among other things lectured in econometrics at Glasgow University. She edited Public Expenditure in Scotland (1980), a response to the failure of the 1979 referendum. Both are now retired and pursue research interests with the Jimmy Reid Foundation and The Common Weal, amongst others. They appear regularly in the Scottish press.  

Common Weal
Event details can be found here: 
If you have any questions or need any help with travel, give us an email or phone me on 07541 109653.

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